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working with governor brown to make this situation happened. it has taken place before and they say that it made a difference. in oakland, terisa estacio, kron 4. >> continuing coverage what one officer things of the c h p coming in. >> lt. kirk lewis is a 20 year veteran and also a watch commander. on an average night he is responsible for one half of the patrols. lewis says that the cutbacks and the increase in violence has kept the officers busy. >> my team work 12 hour shifts. potentially, they could respond to all parts of 20 calls within those 12 hours of words- >> the california highway patrol is welcome to news. >> i am absolutely excited about it we have an opportunity to work with the chp in the past. violent crime, is on the rise, without a doubt. any help, we will get it from the c h p, the sheriffs, it will be greatly appreciated. >> the anticipation is that the chp will focus its efforts on vehicle codes. and also the additional police presence will help people feel safe. >> anytime we can increas increased police presence we can also reduce that fear. >> charles cliff
in a brown paper bag it was a drink fast. who drinks that much at noon? but it is an event to top all events but they did win the world series, against. congratulations, san francisco giants the best team in the world. from san francisco, the greatest city in the world, stanley roberts. >> the chief of police saying that 1 million people but it was not completely peaceful. 13 people were arrested for public intoxication. there was one person for illegal possession of a loaded firearm. >> the rain was continuing at this hour but it did not impact the parade. heavy rainfall showing to the north bay and also portions of the east bay. more moderate weather cells our road santa rosa. one half inch. through its san rafael, and heavier rain cells. the same and martinez pushing towards the delta. let us take a look at the satellite and writer with this mean be and continuing to press through the bay area. and some sub- tropical moisture to the radar. however some of those weather cells also for tomorrow. we could possibly impacted. let us take a look at futurecast. by 10:00 a.m. is continuing to pre
brown was in san francisco drumming up support for proposition 30 the temporary tax increase to help education. he says that this is simple. with money in the to the schools and into the dream or about. in, out, yes, no, on, off. most of the audience seemed to participate and support it but it is not a sure thing at the ballot box. >> 48% are inclined to vote yes that is done from a 51%. the mid september and in the mid '50s. >> while the current polls show that the support has dropped over time there still a chance that it can pass. >> they suggest that there are initiatives that it is not continuing downward. there are 15 percent of the voters that are not decided and he just needs to attract 2%-3%. >> proposition 38 is even a bigger trouble. with 34% are in support and 49% are opposed and 17 percent have not decided. the governor has gone out of is we do not say anything bad about proposition 38. but he believes that proposition 30 is the way to go. and while both measures are for the funding of education, the passage of proposition 38 will not stop the trigger cuts. only the pass
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